Sorry. Forgot to ask if you just wanted Florence's memorial? Or with all of the few others of Cole family I manage?
Happily made the transfer. Amanda's mother is Eusebia Goddard, Cole. Dau. of John Goddard 1790 - 1866 both buried same BK # 167
|Krauss/Gronek||Florence Colley Creviston|
Hello. Florence's mother is Amanda Cole, Colley. The stone is for Amanda's father, Richard H. Cole d: 3/17/1866. I was searching for Mary E. LaBlond whom married Norberd Goddard. Got frustrated a little when I noticed a few people are not adding any info to memorials, as in dates or age ect...and or adding wrong stones to memorials. Some of the stones don't even have any family ties to them. So I started adding in the Cole/Goddard family looking for info. My info came from the cem. site and death records ect... Well you can see what I got when I requested stone photo's. It would appear there aren't any other stones. She the photo taker, added same one on everyone of them. Someone seems to be more concerned with crunching numbers. Thought about asking her to remove the photo's! Sorry if you were hoping, I'd be someone to share/exchange info on the family with. I'd be more than happy to transfer your family memorials over to you, if you'd like to manage them?
|Roberta Decker||Marshall or Marshal?|
I show Marshall (two "l"s) and you show one. Is it my typo or ?
Thanks for the links and for adding the info!
Added by bstahl on Sep 11, 2013 2:53 PM
|sara99||RE: Joseph Clevison|
Searched under the Saulsbery's and found two plots purchased by N.C. and W.W. Saulsbary. Ssrah Frances Saulsbery was buried in 1939.
Brandon Saulsbery was buried in 1947.
I've hit a brick wall.
Added by sara99 on May 28, 2013 4:21 PM
|Gary LaMothe||RE: Daniel Wood Gravemarker|
If you want any other photos in this cemetery, please request them through Find A Grave as I may be going there soon.
Thanks for adding the photo. I think you have the right marker.
Added by TDS on Mar 16, 2012 12:59 PM
|Tamie Dehler||Samuel Cravenson|
I added a new photo to Samuel Cravenson's memorial in the Taylor cemetery.
I think its great that you have honored the memory of the Creviston's that have gone on to a better place. This is a way for me to visit my family now that I have moved out of state.
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